The Mental Fitness Challenge is a way of systematically using proven information to target specific areas toward personal growth. The book Resolved 13 Resolutions for LIFE is used as the personal growth map. In that book, Orrin Woodward describes how men became great when they took a challenge to become resolved to have a better life. You too can target specific areas for a better life. You begin by taking the pre mental fitness assessment so you can evaluate your strong and weak characteristics. We begin the personal growth journey when we take responsibility for ourselves. We choose to affect our own behavior.
In addition to using time tested information, we use a systematic process. This is effective to evaluate our progress. For personal growth, we add the power of group support called communities to aid in our growth. By joining with others in common purpose, the results of resolutions have been found to be more effective in achieving results.
We are hearing wide spread testimonies from all social and economic spectrums about how this information has been effective in improving people’s lives. In just over thirty days people are witnessing improvements in their marriage. Family life has improved in the area of sibling relationships and parenting. When the parents begin to use the power of encouragement and appreciation, the child’s self esteem improves. This makes a difference in a child’s performance in areas like school or when interacting with other children. People are learning to handle conflict resolution where as before their relationships were strained. It’s not unusual to hear people making decisions to improve their finances with this information. By seeing progress, we begin to have hope for a better future.
With our busy schedules, people have less quality time for reading. We see some studies reporting 80% of family's have not bought a book over the last year. By accessing an association like the LIFE community, we use the support to take time for this most important of habits. With the advent of the ‘challenge groups’ and encouragement from others aligned in common purpose, we begin to see a way to break the bondage of our busyness. Alexis de Tocqueville said. “This new development of association is the mother of all forms of knowledge.” The LIFE business provides two distinct areas to help target the life you’ve always wanted, the Mental Fitness Challenge and the power of community. This strenthens our resolve to create the LIFE we always wanted. God Bless, George Guzzardo